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Passionate young chef Minh shows you how to make sticky rice and eggs with jalapenos.
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Male: Hey guys, it’s Chef Min again and I’m cooking with my cousin. Female: Hey everybody, we are about to make some good homemade sticky rice. As you see right now, I’m wetting the basket because once it’s on the pot and the steam comes out, you don’t want the basket to burn. Obviously so here, I just wet the whole thing and I filled up the pot. You’re not supposed to fill it all the way up because if the water is touching that then it’s the end, you know what happens. Anyway, so here’s the rice that we’ve soaked for a few hours now. You’re always going to soak it for at least 2 hours if you want some good rice. Pour in the basket, there’s some left over rice here, so let’s get some water. Just around it to make sure we get every seed. It’s a sin to throw away rice. Let’s try to get as much as we can. Male: That’s all true. Female: You do this, wet it again. Make sure all the water is out. --. Put it in the pot like that and put it on the stove to high because we want to cook it as fast as we can. Put that on high and put this on and wait awhile so we’ll get back to you. So now after we take out off the stove, we’ve got to move it around to get the screen out. Look how yummy that looks. I wish we can make some meat. Male: She went to go get meat but we’re making some dinner or something so we have some vegetable oil that she put in there and 5 beaten eggs Asian style. Female: It would take too long to defrost the meat so we’re not going to make it. Male: And I chopped out a bunch of jalapenos. Female: Yum. That’s so fluffy. Male: You have a clean stove.